(n.) A person whose behavior resembles a rapid, spinning object. These actions are often spastic fidgeting and incessant babbling. The actions of the whirling dervish are irritating and annoying, often exhausting other people in the immediate vicinity.
The phrase is derived from these 2 words:
1.) adj. moving or driven rapidly in a rotary or twisting motion.
1.) (n.) a member of an order noted for devotional exercises involving bodily movements.
2.) (n.) a Rocking Demon who eats souls.
1.) that woman must have taken her son's Ritalin. She is behaving like a whirling dervish.
2.) Is she talking to us, to herself or has she just become a whirling dervish?
1. (Noun) - An YMY is a person who tries to behave much younger than they really are. They often shirk their duties as an adult or as a parent. They will try to do things that try to impress others, only succeeding in making themselves look foolish. An YMY will attempt to live vicariously through their children of their own or through other children.
2. (Verb) - Acting younger that you really are in a fruitless attempt to impress others.
She is suffering so badly from YMY, She wants her 7-year-old stepdaughter to start dieting with her.
If she weren’t such an YMY, She would focus more on her troubled son rather than getting plastic surgery.